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Review: Sugar Free (Sugar Bowl #3) by Sawyer Bennett

sugarfreeSela and Beck’s dark, riveting love story reaches its epic conclusion in the final chapter of Sawyer Bennett’s Sugar Bowl trilogy that began with the novels Sugar Daddy and Sugar Rush.


My Review

“What you and I have, Sela…no one will ever comprehend it. No one will ever come in between it. But it’s real and it’s ours, and I’m never letting it go.”

Sugar Free is the exciting conclusion to the Sugar Bowl series. This book picks up right where we last left off and delivers a fast paced and thrilling read. Sela and Beck’s story captivated me the entire time. This book was filled with so many twists and crazy situations. I was on the edge of my seat, wondering just how everything was going to play out. There were times where I thought there was no way out, and I just had to keep reading. I had to see how the story would come together in the end.

Sela and Beck do not disappoint in the final installment of their story. They will be tested in ways that they never anticipated. But the one thing that remains strong through it all is the love and devotion that they have for one another.

Sugar Free is an exciting read from start to finish. It pulls you in and entertains you. The characters are intriguing and will have you wrapped up in their dark tale. This story is filled with drama, romance and suspense. And I couldn’t have been happier with the way things turned out.

*I was provided an ARC copy of this book via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review*

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